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ral interest. It is presumed, therefore, that it will be acceptable to our subscribers generally, and that they may wish it to be forwarded to them; if otherwise they will please to give seasonable notice. If we do not receive word to the contrary, we shall consider all our subscribers at the time of publication as wishing to receive it, and it will be forwarded accordingly, and charged in account. It will be of most essential service to all readers of the Second Series, which of course must abound in references to the First. It will also be sold, separately, to others who may desire it; and it will be the more useful, as the entire series is to be found in many public and private libraries both at home and abroad. The price will be $300.

New Haven, November, 1845.


For any of the Numbers named below that may be received perfect and in good condition, one dollar a number will be paid in cash, or if preferable an equivalent allowed in a subscription to the Second Series.


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56 XXII,

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Vol. II, No. 1. Nos. 35, 36, Vol. XVII, Nos. 1, 2.
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*54, " XXVI,“ 2. 2. *56,

“ XXVII,“ 2. 6 *27, *28, XIII, 1, 2. 59, 60,

XXIX, 1, 2. *29, 30,



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XL, 1. “ *33 *34, “ XVI,

83, 84, XLI, 1,2. Those Nos. that are marked thus * are particularly desired.

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